From the Media Centre
February is Black History Month - enjoy this interesting video, "Welcome to Canada", which highlights an important chapter in Canadian's history, courtesy of the Toronto and York Region Labour Council.
On Tuesday April 27, 1954 the Toronto-based Negro Citizenship Association (NCA) made history when it went to Ottawa to demand changes in the discriminatory policies of the Canadian Immigration Act.
Led by Donald Moore, the delegation received support from many community groups, including the Canadian Labour Congress and The Toronto and Lakeshore Labour Council - precursor of the Toronto and York Region Labour Council.
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